Tax Tips for Remote Workers: What You Need to Know If You Were WFH in 2020

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As the federal government expands the deadline for filing 2020 taxes, you may be wondering how income taxes will adapt and change after the unconventional year we’ve just been through.

The thousands of people who joined the tribe of remote workers in 2020 are in the midst of learning a few things about the interaction between remote work and the IRS. We’ve been paying attention and have a few tax tips to share as working remotely continues in 2021.

What You Should Know About Filing Taxes After 2020

When filing taxes for 2020 and beyond, you may encounter

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